[aprssig] Re:FS - Mobile Wifi Stompbox
bernard.tyers at gmail.com
Sun Apr 29 15:29:51 CDT 2007
Site back up:
"A Stompbox is a home-brew WWAN (Wireless Wide Area Network) router.
In more human terms, it's a compact little box that gets data from
cellular towers and re-shares it for multiple computers to use.
To use it all one does is plug it in to the cigarette lighter of a
car (or a 12v supply when at home). It automatically boots up and
links in to a cellular data service, turning itself into an access
point. Turn on your laptop, join the network and voila -- you're on
the net! It's just like using a hotspot (such as they have at
Starbucks and airports), but it goes anywhere you car goes. Some
people have even hauled them around in backpacks to make themselves
into a walking network access site."
On 29 Apr 2007, at 15:13, Mark Miller wrote:
> Since the web site is down, can you describe this or point me to
> another page? Sound interesting. What are the applications?
> Mark N5RFX
> At 08:43 AM 4/29/2007, you wrote:
>> FS - Mobile Wifi Stompbox
>> Excellent condition with external cel and wifi antennas
>> Site is currently down but is built like:
>> $200 or BO
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